John Brunner on Abortion
Fight back against judges dictating values on our churches
Unelected federal judges continue to dictate their values on our communities, synagogues, and churches. We will fight back. Dozens of states have sued and taken on the Obama administration's attempts to require churches,
Christian universities, and religious organizations to violate their religious convictions. Missouri has yet to join the fight. We must lead from the front! My Mission:
Source: 2016 Missouri gubernatorial campaign website JohnBrunner.com
, May 10, 2016
Fight any attempts to force regulations that undermine or require churches and religious organizations to institute practices against their beliefs.
- Protect religious freedom.
End the horrific practice of illegally selling body parts of unborn children to line the pockets of pro-choice organizations and abortion clinics.
- Protect the sanctity of life.
Life is providentially determined, and to be cherished
I am 100% pro-life and believe that life is providentially determined; to be cherished, valued, respected, and defended. Nothing is more precious than human life. Our founders declared that we are endowed by our Creator with certain unalienable rights
among which are, "life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness". And likewise, I am committed to those very same principles.
Source: 2012 Senate campaign website, johnbrunner.com, "Issues"
, Jun 4, 2012
Pledges support to overthrow of Roe v. Wade
Asked whether the candidates supported a constitutional amendment saying life begins at conception, Akin staked out the strongest stance. "Yes, I would support a constitutional amendment," he said.
Brunner and Steelman both said they would want to
look at the wording of a proposed amendment before endorsing it while still trying to portray a strong anti-abortion stance, with Steelman saying she does believe life begins at conception and Brunner pledging support to the overthrow of Roe v. Wade.
Source: Columbia Daily Tribune on 2012 Missouri Senate debate
, Apr 22, 2012
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